Are you looking to transform the way you manage identities within your organization? To optimize your identity management strategy, it is imperative to understand the subtle yet crucial differences between Identity Access Management (IAM) and Identity Governance and Administration (IGA).
While these terms are often used interchangeably, they are vastly different. Understanding the difference between them is critical, especially when looking to revamp identity management processes, procedures, and tooling within your organization. This report, produced by Gartner®, demystifies IAM and IGA, outlining the key differences between them. You will learn about the standard capabilities, functionality, and purpose of each framework. You will also learn how IAM and IGA fit together within the identity lifecycle.
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Gartner, Quick Answer: How Does IGA Differ From AM? By David Collinson, Nathan Harris, 8 August 2023
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